Wild cherry bark also know as old indian syrup was Traditionally used to support overall respiratory health
Wild cherry bark, elecampane root and platycodon root have traditionally been used to support the lungs. Raw honey, coltsfoot and licorice are soothing to irritated tissues. Apitherapy honey has never been heated or filtered and thus retains the pollen, propolis and beeswax which the flowers and bees have provided.
This can be used for colds, whooping cough, bronchitus, asthma, and any other respiratory illness.
Wild cherry is a plant that contains chemicals that reduce swelling and fight inflammation. The medicine is made from the bark of the plant.
Wild cherry bark is well known for its cough suppressing capabilities but can also help as a sedative, aide digestive health, destroy parasites and worms, prevent certain cancers, and be used topically for also in conditions.